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Online Prescriptions:

If you have previously refused consent to share your medical reords, you will not be able to view or request repeat medication.  Please send and email to the.dispensary2@nhs.net with the items you require.  Please write "Unable to view medication using online services" in the subject heading and we can then check your medical record for you.

If you have any problems with ordering prescriptions online please contact Di or Vanessa on 01235 763451 or email d.slatter@nhs.net


Repeat Prescriptions

If you need regular medication you may obtain a repeat prescription from us. Please ensure that you always give us three full working days notice of requiring a repeat prescription.

It is important that we can identify the patient and what is required. We would therefore request that you include the following:

  • Forename
  • Surname
  • Date of Birth
  • Name of the drug as written on the repeat slip (right hand side of script) and the strength (i.e. 500mg)
  • Which Chemist you wish to collect the script from.

In the case of multiple requests, this information must be included for each patient requesting medication. If an item is not for repeat or the doctor wishes to review the patient we will contact you.

Requests for Repeat Prescriptions can be made in several ways:

  • Leave a suitable request in the box provided in reception or in one of the local chemists
  • Post (please ensure request is signed)
  • Fax (please ensure request is signed) to 01235 771829
  • Internet: you should email the dispensary at the.dispensary2@nhs.net (Patients should not use this means to discuss any other clinical matters)
  • You can also order your repeat prescription online via the link at the top of this page (when you use the website please look for the confirmation at the top of the screen to show that your request has been forwarded).

Unfortunately, in the interests of safety, requests for repeat prescriptions cannot be taken verbally over the telephone.

Medication Reviews

Patients on repeat medication will be asked to see a doctor, nurse practitioner or practice nurse at least once a year to review these regular medications and notification should appear on your repeat slip.

Please ensure that you book an appropriate appointment to avoid unnecessary delays to further prescriptions.

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